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Sean Bean as Ned Stark in Game of Thrones
While promoting his latest AppleTV+ animated film, Wolfwalkers, Sean Bean, who played the Stark patriarch in season one, opened up about his experience to Entertainment Weekly's James Hibberd about the shocking death. Sean Bean as Ned Stark in Game of Thrones Image courtesy of HBO/WarnerMedia "It was horror and disbelief — that Joffrey changed his mind [about[...]
Game of Thrones: George R. R. Martin Reveals Least Favorite TV Scene
James Hibberd, who chronicled the behind-the-scenes tales of all eight seasons of HBO's fantasy epic in "Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon" discussed the scene that caused King Robert Baratheon's mortal wounding in Entertainment Weekly In the books and the TV series, a boar hunt is what ultimately downed the rotund monarch, but the scale is what[...]
Game of Thrones Creators Explain Why They Excluded Lady Stoneheart
James Hibberd chronicled the behind-the-scenes stories of the HBO series in his upcoming book "Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon" provided the background behind the decision in Entertainment Weekly. The origins of Lady Stoneheart is she is the resurrected form of Catelyn Stark, played by Michelle Fairley in Game of Thrones In the book, she was resurrected[...]
Scott Pilgrim: Cast Reunited for 10th Anniversary Script Read
the World reunited remotely in May for a script read-through of the Edgar Wright classic based on the Bryan Lee O'Malley comics for charity, according to Entertainment Weekly The participants for the reading were Michael Cera (Scott Pilgrim), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Ramona Flowers), Ellen Wong (Knives Chau), Mark Webber (Stephen Stills), Alison Pill (Kim Pine),[...]
Andy and Jim harmonize on The Office, courtesy of NBC.
While promoting his latest Netflix film Coffee & Kareem, the actor spoke with Entertainment Weekly about how Andy at Dunder Mifflin deals with self-isolation and social distancing "It depends on when in the series you catch Andy," he says "There are moments where he's almost manic I feel like he'd be fine doing little a[...]
“Star Wars”: Why There’s No Comparing the Byproducts of Generations [OPINON]
Orion Pictures shared with Entertainment Weekly their first look at their long-awaited third film in the franchise, Bill & Ted Face the Music. Entertainment Weekly via Orion Pictures Directed by Dean Parisot and written by creators Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon, the third film finds Bill S Preston (Winter) and Ted "Theodore" Logan (Reeves) as fathers looking[...]
'Game of Thrones' Cast Plays Would You Rather for Entertainment Weekly
Who do you think would kiss Walder Frey rather than hug a man with greyscale out of the Game of Thrones cast? Thankfully for us, Entertainment Weekly decided to ask the cast just such a question in their Westeros installment of "Would You Rather":   The hit HBO series will return for it's 8th and final season sometime[...]
Veronica Mars
She recently appeared on  Entertainment Weekly Radio and discussed what Marshmallows should expect when the show returns next year on Hulu: "It's gonna be a much darker world, it's going to be a bigger world, it's definitely not what we did on UPN or The CW, so I want to brace fans for that, that it's[...]
10 Photos from 'Captain Marvel': Skrull, Mar-Vell, and Ronan
We're so, so happy to have a wealth of images from the upcoming Marvel Studios release, Captain Marvel. This will be the first female-led Marvel Cinematic Universe film, and Oscar-winning actress Brie Larson will be playing Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel. Aside from the first look image (which is actually the cover of the upcoming preview issue),[...]
Halloween Michael Myers 2018
Before that though, Entertainment Weekly has its yearly pre-SDCC issue hitting stands with a new photo of Michael from the film along with quotes from series star Jamie Lee Curtis and director David Gordon Green Read those, and check out the awesome pic below where, according to our very own Mary Anne Butler, Mikey looks[...]
Kevin Feige
Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige knows what to say when talking the future of the MCU, something he proves once again in the most recent Avengers: Infinity War issue of Entertainment Weekly. Photo by Kendall Whitehouse Feige was asked a bit about everything during the spotlight feature, because let's be honest, there's HOW MANY films still on the[...]
Kevin Feige
Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige knows what to say when talking the future of the MCU, something he proves once again in the most recent Avengers: Infinity War issue of Entertainment Weekly. Photo by Kendall Whitehouse Feige was asked a bit about everything during the spotlight feature, because let's be honest, there's HOW MANY films still on the[...]
Kevin Feige
Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige knows what to say when talking the future of the MCU, something he proves once again in the most recent Avengers: Infinity War issue of Entertainment Weekly. Photo by Kendall Whitehouse Feige was asked a bit about everything during the spotlight feature, because let's be honest, there's HOW MANY films still on the[...]
Kevin Feige
Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige knows what to say when talking the future of the MCU, something he proves once again in the most recent Avengers: Infinity War issue of Entertainment Weekly. Photo by Kendall Whitehouse Feige was asked a bit about everything during the spotlight feature, because let's be honest: there's HOW MANY films still on the[...]
Stephen King on Castle Rock: "I'm as Much in the Dark as Anybody Else"
Now having read King's most recent interview with Entertainment Weekly on a wide range of topics, we've learned to not take it personally It's hard to when the man whose works are the basis for the series isn't even sure what's going on with it. Following up on King's comments regarding his two newest Castle Rock-connected[...]
bucket list
Joseph McCarthy and "McCarthyism;" and Anderson Cooper broadcasting live from the streets of New Orleans when the government said they couldn't get in. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKvvxNBj0LwVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Matt Taibbi Finds Trump's Presidency Both Hilarious and Horrifying (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKvvxNBj0Lw) ●Have a regular pop culture commentary column in Rolling Stone or Entertainment Weekly[...]
Happy Trails!: Join Us for Bleeding Cool's Happy! Live-Blog!
After a hit gone wrong, his inebriated life is forever changed by a tiny, relentlessly positive, imaginary blue winged horse named Happy (Patton Oswalt). ● This page should update…but just to be on the safe side I strongly suggest you refresh every now and then to make sure because I've been known to ramble often and quickly. ● If[...]
Starz May Be Eyeing Outlander Season 5 Pickup
Production on season 4 is currently underway on location in Scotland (even though the bulk of book 4 action takes place in America). Things have been looking pretty good for the historical fantasy series (yes, we can call it that even if it's romance based), but official word about a season 5 pick up hasn't been[...]
New Jigsaw Image, Plus Promise For "More Fun Gore"
We got Jigsaw news coming at us with an Entertainment Weekly interview with directors Michael and Peter Spierig. The horror sequel, which is coming out October 27th and will be the eighth film in the high-grossing franchise is promised to be "such a perfect Halloween scarefest It's perhaps not quite as vicious and more fun, which[...]
squirrel girl
Proving once and for all that comics journalism isn't merely a gateway to getting a real job in the comics industry, Marvel has hired Entertainment Weekly editor Andrea Towers as the replacement for Chris D'Lando, who left his role as Marvel PR guy last week Described by Newsarama as the point person for Entertainment Weekly's[...]
Public Service Announcement About Binge Watching Television Programs
Entertainment Weekly is very concerned about the new habit of binge watching seasons of television They have gathered together stars of the shows most often watched in large chunks and had them put together a collection of dos and don'ts. Entertainment Weekly is very concerned about the new habit of binge watching seasons of television[...]
Swipe File: True Blood And Psychology Today
We start with a recent issue of Entertainment Weekly featuring Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. And then Psychology Today using a slightly less famous couple I'm hoping that photo is for the Love & Lust article and not the 7 Mistakes Every Parent Makes. Though both of them remind me of the classic David Duchovny / Gillian[...]
Entertainment Weekly Finally Makes Marvel NOW! Official
All today, websites have been putting up bits and bobs from Entertainment Weekly's piece on Marvel NOW! relaunch Bleeding Cool have had parts of them since February, of course, and a bunch last week but that's the way things go. Here's the proper visual showing off a number of character redesigns for Marvel NOW! from Joe[...]